Meanwhile, in the United States draws attention to the biggest deal in the history of American sports industry
Wednesday in the world markets dominated by optimism. With the exception of Asia, where stock indexes were negative amid fears of investors about the collapse of the talks between the President of the United States Donald trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. In Europe all major trading platform finished the day a moderate plus in the United States – optimism even more.
In particular, the report of the Department store chain Macy’s has clearly pleased investors. The increase in quarterly sales far exceeded forecasts, and the second consecutive quarter, giving the company hope to improve her situation in the future, despite the intense competition from online retailers. As a result of Macy’s, which also raised its full-year earnings Outlook, jumped more than 10 percent during trading on may 16.
Trading network announced that it will close a joint venture with China-based Fung Retailing Ltd, but will continue work on the e-Commerce platform TMall from Alibaba. Net income attributable to the shareholders of Macy’s, has increased to $139 million, or 45 cents a share.
Also the attention of experts attracts the biggest deal in the history of American sports industry. Billionaire and philanthropist David Tepper takes on a team of American football “Carolina Panthers” (Carolina Panters) of Charlotte, North Carolina, for 2.3 billion dollars.
Tepper, whose fortune is estimated at 10 billion billions of dollars, signed all the papers the day before on Tuesday, according to Bloomberg, obtained from unnamed sources. The previous owner of the franchise in the National football League (NFL) Jerry Richardson was forced to put “Carolina Panthers” for sale in connection with allegations of sexual harassment and racial harassment. In turn, David Tepper, following the rules of the NFL, will have to sell its stake in another team, “Pittsburgh Steelers” (Pittsburgh Steelers).